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No, the company's run hasn't been perfect: Apple's striking but overpriced G4 cube Power Mac comes to mind, as does the toylike clamshell iBook and the buttonless Shuffle. But apart from a few duds, Steve Jobs and Apple have mostly had a string of hits--and colossal ones, at that.


David Carnoy +Dan Ackerman, cnet.com

Derrick Story, iBook Fan Book

lf the iMac was designed for browsing the Web at home, then the iBook was created to access the lnternet on the go. The original model was a rugged clamshell design with a six-hour Lithium lon battery and a new wireless technology Apple dubbed as AirPort. l still remember the image of Steve Jobs passing an internet-connected iBook through a hula-hoop to demonstrate there were no wires.



Derrick Story, iBook Fan Book

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